Holidays to Nidri
Lambi, close to Kos Town, has one of the sandiest and most impressive beaches on the island of Kos. There are lots of activities to be enjoyed and sights to be seen nearby, so there’s a huge amount to keep visitors interested. It has all the watersports’ facilities that you’d expect from a resort of this calibre, as well as myriad restaurants and café-bars. Inland there are olive groves and farms, and the town itself majors on holiday buzz.
This beach is close to Kos Town and is popular because of its shallow, crystal clear waters and long stretch of sand.
Around 20 minutes in a car east of Lambi, you’ll arrive at Marmari beach, which is long and sandy with good facilities.
Dig in and discover more about prehistoric coins, statues from Asklepieion, beautiful mosaics and pottery.
White Stone Cave
Hidden from the public eye, this preserved cave has been named one of the oldest and important monuments in Kos.
Families can enjoy hours of fun with these lazy rivers, giant slides and numerous restaurants.
Catch a movie under the stars in the open-air cinema, where you can enjoy a drink and snack or a choice of hot dishes.
This lasagne style dish is typical Kos cuisine, where the pasta is boiled in meat broth and layered with ragu.
A much loved dessert on the island is made with wheat, honey, almonds, nuts, fruit, rose water and spices.
Tropical Island Club
A hip nightclub overlooking the beach, this venue plays Greek and British music and is popular with the young crowd.
Enjoy the serene views at this beach bar as you enjoy a cool drink. The pit stop after a day’s sunbathing.
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